Buzz Ghost Towns Of America 2 years ago Prev Article Next Article FacebookTwitterredditPinterest A look a Ghost Towns Across America. Share on Facebook :: http://on.fb.me/16cxMlF Share on Twitter :: http://bit.ly/16cxP0D (you can change the text) Download … source FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Prev Article Next Article Related Posts This book is filled with drawings of Olympic women, and it's amazing. August 6, 2016 Kids Explain Their Parents’ Jobs September 24, 2017 London trains are swapping 'ladies and gentlemen' for this gender-neutral greeting. July 14, 2017 Americans Watch Novelas For The First Time October 1, 2016 If Lesbian Movies Were Realistic January 9, 2016 10 Moments Black People In The Workplace Know Too Well September 3, 2016 20 Comments Alan Wang December 31, 2016 silent hill? niffler09 December 31, 2016 creepy Trevor Metke December 31, 2016 Me and my friends freak out when we pass Gary cause we think someones gonna kid nap us .I'm 10 by the way Dubnium Studios December 31, 2016 Ghosts are real!!! Check out my sighting video for proof!!! Carter Steinweg December 31, 2016 The creepiest thing about the video is…… it wouldn't load :/ TheDenetsoCouple December 31, 2016 Omg! Indiana?! I was so excited that they told me this. Now my state means something LOL NikoBelic4 December 31, 2016 Detroit will be the next one on this list. A N N A December 31, 2016 I live in Seattle 😀 heehee. Desiree Sun December 31, 2016 I cant take this god damn Rogers hockey ad. Tori Moss December 31, 2016 I'm surprised Gary is considered a ghost town! FP December 31, 2016 Your first one is incorrect, 10 people currently live in that town, no others are, aloud to move there, these people are aloud to live there until the die Rosie Inman December 31, 2016 Gary Indiana is just a short drive from where I live, and sometimes, we pass it and see A LOT of broken down businesses, homes, and buildings. Ashley Life December 31, 2016 Thats dumb beacause pensilveynia is not a state no more dakotagau December 31, 2016 I wanna live in one of these.So that way i can not pay taxes and they won't bother searching every room of every building.I can be self sufficient.While not giving up the city. knight wing December 31, 2016 What about Picher, Oklahoma? Victoria Peck December 31, 2016 I think my town will still be here in 100 years because it is in Nebraska and in 50 years people will start to move inward because the sea will swallow up coastal areas. XxxlilmizzzxxX December 31, 2016 Gary, Indiana? Why does that sound really familiar??? Hanka “Hailey” Strejcová December 31, 2016 My city will be there. It's been here for more than 1000 years. Keith Terre December 31, 2016 How bout that island in nyc its been abandoned Niamh Fumpson December 31, 2016 Gary, Indiana is where Michael Jackson was born!